CPAC prioritizes Public Works discretionary services; Community can weigh in on FlashVote

Last Updated: 9/18/2017

As part of the EngageRoseville effort, the Community Priorities Advisory Committee (CPAC) prioritized discretionary services provided by Roseville Public Works. Discretionary services are those not mandated by law or tied to customer revenue, grant funding, designated fees, or other sources that can only be used on certain expenditures.

The CPAC will refine this preliminary list when it compiles a master list of recommendations prioritizing the discretionary services provided by all of the five largest General Fund departments: Public Works; Police; Fire; Parks, Recreation & Libraries; and Development Services when the departmental presentations are completed in January.

The next FlashVote poll will give the broader community a chance to rank Public Works services as well. Participants don’t have to live in Roseville to weigh in. People who work, shop, and visit our community can also have their voice heard by registering for FlashVote using this link: www.flashvote.com/rsvl 

 

 

Public Works Ranking – Results

Service

Highest Priority (Green Dots)

Lowest Priority (Yellow Dots)

Final Score - Ranking #1

ITS (Intelligent Transportation System) Operations

15

0

15

HIGH

Asphalt remove/replace, patching and crack sealing

14

0

14

HIGH

Street Drainage Issues

12

0

12

HIGH

Maintain underground drainage systems

11

0

11

HIGH

Emergency support for Police and Fire

10

0

10

HIGH

Capital Improvement Project Management

9

0

9

HIGH

Pavement management program

6

0

6

HIGH

Floodplain Management

8

-3

5

HIGH

Graffiti abatement

6

-1

5

HIGH

Traffic Incident Management

5

0

5

HIGH

Sidewalk repair and trip hazard removal

5

0

5

HIGH

Fall leaf pickup program

5

0

5

HIGH

Adult Crossing Guard Program

9

-6

3

MEDIUM

Weed abatement program

5

-2

3

MEDIUM

Clean creeks and drainage ditches

3

0

3

MEDIUM

Drainage outfall inspection and cleaning

2

0

2

MEDIUM

Maintain drainage pump stations and floodwalls

2

0

2

MEDIUM

Departmental Oversight

4

-3

1

MEDIUM

Traffic Studies

2

-1

1

MEDIUM

Litter removal from the public right-of-way

2

-1

1

MEDIUM

Sidewalk Complaints

1

-1

0

MEDIUM

Responding to General Questions from the Public

0

0

0

MEDIUM

Traffic signs and posts inspection/replacement

0

0

0

MEDIUM

Street markings inspection/replacement

0

0

0

MEDIUM

Budget

0

-1

-1

MEDIUM

Council

0

-1

-1

MEDIUM

Public Records Requests

0

-1

-1

MEDIUM

Flood Alert Program

1

-4

-3

MEDIUM

Regional Partners/Project Coordination

0

-3

-3

MEDIUM

Soundwall / Fence Issues

0

-3

-3

MEDIUM

Review of Traffic Control Plans

1

-6

-5

LOW

Presentations

0

-12

-12

LOW

Placer County Flood Control District Membership

0

-16

-16

LOW

Special events traffic control implementation

0

-16

-16

LOW

FEMA’s Community Rating System

0

-17

-17

LOW

Update Speed Limits

0

-17

-17

LOW

Special Event Assistance

0

-20

-20

LOW